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Re: foreshortening

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Michelle Vidro (ggoose)
Mon, 3 Nov 1997 08:59:34 -0700

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An excellent example of foreshortening is the work of Carravagio.
Looks like you have already gotten a definition of what it is.
Michelle

>I have a question for the group. I've read several definitions of the term
>"foreshortening" and I ought to understand it by now, but I don't! Could
>someone explain it to me? Thanks.
>
>Carla Schiller
>Highly Gifted Magnet
>North Hollywood High School, CA
>charwitt.us
>http://lausd.k12.ca.us/~charwitt
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